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Matt Dreyer says:

Anyone else notice that everywhere is stricking lol now they will claim strikes so they don't have to say the words mass lay offs
6 school districts
I dot people
And now this one
No matter if u waited or strikes you were going to be laid off no matter what

Merissa Dean says:

With inflation currently at about 10%, my primary concern is how to grow my reserve of $240k which has been sitting duck since forever with zero to no gains, sure I'm all in on the long term game, but with my savings are lying waste to inflation and my portfolio losing gains everyday, I need a remedy asap.

Millard Brown says:

What excuse Ya'll using today for the big market dump at 8:50 am ? Did the queen die again?

shelly white says:

I am new to the stock market. Every stock that I bought so far, I was out of luck because I bought them when they were expensive. I feel I missed out on all the stock opportunities so far for the tech stocks. I believe having 175K yearly income would be a good investment so I want to plug all my savings into the stock market. I know this sounds a bit dull but I would like to know if I should learn investing or let somebody else (more capable like a FA) do it for me? Please share your thoughts. I am kind of tired of searching for a good stock to buy and losing all the good opportunities

Nicole Johnson says:

All the more reason to buy local produces.

ummerrahh says:

Is Mayor Pete hiding in the wine cave?

stupidminotaur says:

good. go on strike as a rep i fully support them going on strike

Robert Ågren says:

Just show the finger or use the gun.

Marshall McLuhan says:

Lori blink twice if you're being held hostage.

Herr Wahnsinn says:

When does this mean I get another 7 month vacation again?

Joe West says:

Calls on refiners and shorts on retailers, railroad shutdown impacting trucking will ripple elsewhere.

Valentin Castillo says:

I’m passing the cost to my customers. I don’t care anymore.

Ron Drake says:

Stupid personnel issues caused by penny pinching by the likes of Buffet

TourCaddie says:

Short railroads?

Chris C says:

Sounds like the union is strong arming the industry.
Losers. Does anyone remember when unions used to be beneficial?? Where did that go?

Zara Baki says:

Despite the economic downturn, I'm happy ☺️. I have been earning $60,200 returns from my $10,000 investment every 13 days.

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